Data Protection and Privacy Policy at TIAMSA

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force on 25 May 2018, to unify the terms of data protection across the EU.
At TIAMSA we take our members’ privacy very seriously.  Here we  inform you about how we use and handle your data. Continue reading “Data Protection and Privacy Policy at TIAMSA”

CONF: Digital Humanities (Rome, 23-24 May 18)

Rome, May 23 – 24, 2018

DIGITAL HUMANITIES
PER LA PRATICA ACCADEMICA E CURATORIALE | FOR ACADEMIC AND CURATORIAL PRACTICE

VI Giornata Internazionale di Studi Dottorali del Rome Art History Network

A cura di Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN) e Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

Coordinata da Matteo Piccioni (Sapienza – Università di Roma/RAHN)

 

23 MAGGIO 2018

Biblioteca Angelica
Piazza S. Agostino 8, Roma

14.00 APERTURA DEI LAVORI
Francesca Parrilla (University of Notre Dame/RAHN)
Matteo Piccioni (Sapienza – Università di Roma/RAHN)

Introduzione
Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN)
Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

14.20 SESSIONE I. L’investigazione storica tramite le Digital Humanities
Chair: Silvia Tita (National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts)

14.35 Jorge Jiménez (Universidad de Salamanca),
La digitalizzazione dei manoscritti medievali. Alcuni rischi e vantaggi

14.55 Alberto Faria (Universidade de Lisboa),
Between light and shade: Present and future of the Collection of Prints – University of Lisbon, Faculty of Fine-Arts

15.15 DISCUSSIONE

15.30 PAUSA CAFFÈ

16.00 SESSIONE II. La digitalizzazione degli archivi e la tutela del patrimonio culturale
Chair Valeria Vitale (University of London)

16.15 Dario Haux (Universität Luzern),
Sul paradigma della preservazione del nostro patrimonio globale con l’informatica digitale

16.35 Ji Young Park (Technische Universität Berlin),
Digital provenance research for Asian art: revealing an object’s past, reconstructing its discourse

16.55 Martina Massarente (Università degli Studi di Genova),
La piattaforma virtuale del DIRAAS (Unige): applicazione informatiche per la storia della critica d’arte e la fotografia

17.15 DISCUSSIONE

17.30 CONFERENZA
Caroline Bruzelius (Duke University)

18.15 RINFRESCO

 

24 MAGGIO 2018

American Academy in Rome
Via Angelo Masina 5, Roma

14.00 SALUTI
Lindsay Harris (American Academy in Rome)
Ariane Varela Braga (Universität Zürich/RAHN)

14.10 SESSIONE III. L’Interazione tra le Digital Humanities e l’oggetto storico artistico
Chair Bissera Pentcheva (Stanford University/American Academy in Rome)

14.25 Kelly E. McClinton (Indiana University),
The resting satyr: a digital exhibit in augmented

14.45 Leonardo Impett (Digital Humanities Institute, EPFL),
Notation, alienation and operationalisation in digital Art History

15.05 DISCUSSIONE

15.20 PAUSA CAFFÈ

15.50 SESSIONE IV. Le Digital Humanities nel mondo dell’editoria
Chair Allison Levy (Digital Scholarship Editor, Brown University)

16.05 Giuditta Cirnigliaro (Rutgers University),
The digital reconstruction of Leonardo’s library: revealing formal patterns in Early Modern thought

16.25 Olga Hajduk (Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences),
The power of tools. Reflection on digital art history possibilities in relation to research on Early Modern sculpture and creating art objects catalogues

16.45 Stefania de Vincentis (Università di Ferrara),
Gli archivi digitali come strumento per l’audience development. Elementi dal tavolo di lavoro su ICT e Cultural Heritage della Commissione Europea 2017

17.05 DISCUSSIONE

17.20 TAVOLA ROTONDA
Le Digital Humanities e la conservazione del patrimonio culturale
Giacomo Massari (TorArt, Carrara)
Isabella Baldini, Giulia Marsili, Lucia Orlandi (Università di Bologna)

17.50 CONCLUSIONI
Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN)
Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

18.00 RINFRESCO

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Reference: CONF: Digital Humanities (Rome, 23-24 May 18). In: ArtHist.net, May 15, 2018. <https://arthist.net/archive/18139>.

CFP: The Art Museum in the Digital Age (Vienna, 10-11 Jan 19)

Vienna, Österreichische Galerie Belvedere
10. – 11.01.2019

Deadline: Jul 31, 2018

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Call for Papers: The Art Museum in the Digital Age

The foundation of innovative, future-oriented museum work is a continuous reflection of its institutional conditions and the questioning of the role of museums in the 21st century. This interdisciplinary symposium is devoted to an art-historical and media-theoretical debate on the systemic changes in the art museum type caused by the universal presence of the digital: Equally at stake are questions of institutional as well as public- and object-related variables.

Traditional core areas of a museum’s mission such as collecting, preserving, researching, educating, and exhibiting are increasingly permeated by digital expansions. Media transformations are promising the opening of museum walls and the barrier-free exchange with an increasingly diverse audience. The latter’s individual as well as collective experience of an art museum is also subject to fundamental alterations and adaptations. Continue reading “CFP: The Art Museum in the Digital Age (Vienna, 10-11 Jan 19)”

Lecture: ‘Museum progressing rapidly’ (Berlin, May 28, 2018)

Dr. Meike Hopp and Sophie Kriegenhofer :
„Museum progressing rapidly”: Der Kunsthändler Julius Böhler (1883-1966), der amerikanische Kunstmarkt und das Ringling Museum of Art in Florida

Datum: 28/05/2018, 18:15 Uhr
Ort: Raum A 111, Architekturgebäude der TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

Fotodokumentation und Karteikarte zu Nr. 324-26: Peter Paul Rubens, Porträt eines Mönchs (Öl auf Holz, 47,6 x 38,7 cm) © Fotoarchiv Julius Böhler, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (ZI) München. Das Bild wurde 1926 über Julius Böhler an John Ringling verkauft (heute: The Ringling, Sarasota/Florida, USA, Inv. No. SN224).

Abstract: In den 1910er Jahren begann der Zirkusmagnat John Ringling (1866–1936) mit dem Aufbau einer eigenen Kunstsammlung. Schon früh verfolgte er das Ziel, diese zu einem eigenen Museum auszubauen, um für seine Heimatstadt Sarasota in Florida ein Kultur- und Bildungszentrum zu begründen. Der Münchner Kunsthändler Julius Wilhelm Böhler (1883-1966) wurde zum wichtigsten Akteur, anfangs als ständiger Berater, später sogar als Kurator beim Aufbau des John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art (heute The Ringling). Zusammen mit seinem Vertrauten reiste Ringling nicht nur in die Schweiz und nach Italien, sondern erwarb allein zwischen 1925 und 1932 auf Böhlers Vermittlung hin mehr als 400 Gemälde und kunsthandwerkliche Objekte, auch auf Auktionen z.B. in London und in den USA.  Continue reading “Lecture: ‘Museum progressing rapidly’ (Berlin, May 28, 2018)”

ANN: translocations (Berlin, 17 May 18)

Hybrid Lab, Villa Bell
Marchstraße 8
10587 Berlin
17.05.2018

Deadline: May 16, 2018

translocations. Eine Zwischenbilanz nach acht Monaten

Der Forschungscluster “translocations. Historical Enquiries into the Displacement of Cultural Assets” nahm im September 2017 an der Technischen Universität Berlin seine Arbeit auf. Unter der Leitung von Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy (TU Berlin und Collège de France, Paris) forscht ein interdisziplinäres Team für die Dauer von drei Jahren zu den globalhistorischen und diachronischen Implikationen von Kulturgutverlagerungen in Kriegs- und Friedenszeiten. In einem konzentrierten Symposium wollen die beteiligten Wissenschaftler*innen nach acht Monaten gemeinsamer Arbeit erstmals Bilanz ziehen, methodische wie inhaltliche Schwerpunkte von translocations präsentieren und zur Diskussion stellen. Continue reading “ANN: translocations (Berlin, 17 May 18)”

CONF: Art Markets and Museum Collecting (Loughborough, 15 Jun 18)

Loughborough University, June 15, 2018
Registration deadline: Jun 14, 2018

Art Markets and the Future of Museum Collecting

Loughborough University, Loughborough Design School (LDS 018)

 

Friday, 15 June, 2018

9.00-9.30 Registration and Coffee

9.30-9.45 Introduction:
Kathryn Brown (Loughborough University)

9.45-10.15 The Art Museum of the Future – A Dystopia?
Julia Voss (Leuphana University, Lüneburg)

10.15-10.45 Artistic Freedom in a Complex Society
Martin Myrone (Tate Britain)

10.45-11.00 Discussion

11.00-11.15 Break: Tea/Coffee

11.15-12.15 Panel 1

Museums, Collections, and Trustees: the Public/Private Divide
Nizan Shaked (College of the Arts, California State University)

Private Contributions to Museums’ Collecting Practices in Brazil: Interdependency, Convergence, and Conflicts
Ana Letícia Fialho (Office of Cultural Economy, Brazilian Ministry of Culture)

Museums’ Massive Deaccessions as a New Collecting Practice
Eva Szereda (Independent Scholar, Lausanne)

12.15-12.40 Discussion

12.40-13.30 Lunch

13.30-14.00 The Ethics of the Art Market: When Financial Products Shape Content
Sébastien Montabonel (Art Institutions of the 21st Century Foundation, London)

14.00-14.10 Discussion

14.10-14.50 Panel 2

Ars Electronica Gallery Spaces: The New Platform Connecting Media Art and the Art Market
Christl Baur (Ars Electronica, Linz)

Customize the Collection? How Contemporary Art Commissioning Impacts on Museum Collections and Gallery Business
Franziska Wilmsen (Loughborough University)

14.50-15.05 Discussion

15.05-15.20 Break Tea/Coffee

15.20-15.50 The Myth of the Art Market: Neoliberalism in the Social Order of Contemporary Art
Jonathan Harris (Birmingham City University)

15.50-16.00 Discussion

16.00-17.00 Panel 3

The Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain Al Maaden (MACAAL) in Marrakech: A Case Study in Collecting and Place-Making
Stephanie Dieckvoss (Kingston University, London)

From Private Collection to Art Canon: The Uli Sigg Collection
Nicola Foster (Southampton Solent University)

Creating a New Canon for a State Collection: Proposals for the First Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art
Marina Maximova (Loughborough University)

17.00-17.15 Discussion

17.15 Symposium ends

Registration: £15 (£10 students and unwaged), includes lunch and refreshments

https://store.lboro.ac.uk/product-catalogue/school-of-the-arts-english-and-drama/upcoming-events/art-markets-and-the-future-of-museum-collecting-15th-june-2018

Contact: k.j.brown@lboro.ac.uk

Reference: CONF: Art Markets and Museum Collecting (Loughborough, 15 Jun 18). In: ArtHist.net, May 12, 2018. <https://arthist.net/archive/18110>.

Bonn Talks on Art and Cultural Property Law (Bonn, July 4, 2018)

Prof.Dr. Matthias Weller and the University of Bonn cordially invite you to
BONN TALKS of ART and CULTURAL PROPERTY LAW

As of 1 April 2018, the University of Bonn, Germany, established a new chair for civil law, art and cultural property law. The Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Stiftung supported the establishment of this chair and another chair for provenance research at the Bonn Institute for Art History. For those who read German additional information may be retrieved from the University’s Press Release attached to this email and from this link: https://www.uni-bonn.de/neues/122-2018.

The new Chair at the Law Faculty will start a series of lectures, talks and panel discussions on the Chair’s issues, the „Bonn Talks on Art and Cultural Property Law“.

It is with the greatest pleasure and honour that we announce our first speaker:

The President (retired) of the German Federal Constitutional Court
Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Papier

Chair of the German Advisory Commission on the return of cultural property seized
as a result of Nazi persecution, especially Jewish property

“15 years Advisory Commission: Insights and Outlooks“
Language: German

Wednesday, 4 July 2018, 8 p.m.

Universitätsclub Bonn, Konviktstraße 9, D – 53113 Bonn

For further information and registration by email: sekretariat.weller@jura.uni-bonn.de

Prof. Dr. Matthias Weller
Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach-Professur für Bürgerliches Recht, Kunst-
und Kulturgutschutzrecht

Direktor des Instituts für Deutsches und Internationales Zivilprozessrecht und Konfliktmanagement

Adenauerallee 24-42
53113 Bonn
Tel. 0228/73-9251
Fax 0228/73-2222